Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology
I have been a professor in higher education since 2009 where I have trained students in both the practice and the research methods in the field of clinical exercise physiology. I have received recognition from my peers as an innovative and engaged educator and student mentor. My professional belief is that physical activity in all its forms can be beneficial for the majority of adults and I have confidence that the exercise physiology students we graduate are best prepared as exercise professionals.
- PhD, Rehabilitation and Movement Science: Virginia Commonwealth University, 2009
- MS, Kinesiology: James Madison University, 2005
- BA, Psychology: Utica College of Syracuse University, 1994
- Research Methods
- Exercise Testing and Prescription
- Sports Nutrition
- Advanced Exercise Physiology
- Directed Research
- Exercise prescription models for older adults
- Exercise effects on sleep architecture
- Obstructive sleep apnea’s effects on mechanisms of muscle fatigue
I enjoying spending my time on mountain bike trails, rural gravel roads, back country trout streams, and traveling with my family.